Ah, Supreme and Nike SB. Back for more Dunks, I see.

Murmurs of the two's new Dunk collaboration have been swirling around for the last few days or so, with no word from either partner. Thanks to early in-hand photos, first looks at Supreme and Nike SB's 2023 Dunk lows are now here.

On top of a gum sole, the Dunks' upper reveals black suede joined by a canvas-based graphic by the late visual artist Rammellzee. The design echoes Rammellzee's gothic futurist graffiti and even moments of his mixed media sculptures.

Supreme heads may remember that the streetwear brand linked with Rammellzee's estate during the Spring/Summer 2020 collection, dropping a couple of graphic tees and pullovers featuring the artist's distinctive artwork.

On the other hand, gilded Supreme charms deck out the Dunks' laces, offered in black and white options. Then, dual branding naturally closes out the collaborative shoe, surfacing on the familiar padded SB tongue and "World Famous" hangtag.

Though there's no confirmed release date for the newest Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low, the rumor mill suggests we'll see the collaborative shoe during the SS23 rollout.

Apparently, Supreme and Nike SB's 2023 run doesn't stop with the above Dunk, either. Sources claim that the partnership also has more Dunks in the pipeline for this year, high-top iterations included.

If what's rumored to come follows in the footsteps of their starry Dunks or past Dunk Highs (not to mention, the whole Dunk hype is still a thing), prepare yourselves because L's are pending for some of us.

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